Good morning and welcome to Bear Bites, all the post-St. Patrick's Day Bears news you can handle.
- Trent Dilfer, one of Jay Cutler's biggest critics, took aim at the quarterback again on "SportsCenter" but had advice that was at least useful this time. (Larry Brown Sports)
- The NFL is considering changing kickoffs to start at the 35-yard line, which could hurt teams that excel at kickoff returns, for example, any team that has Devin Hester on its roster. (CSN Chicago)
- That new rule will likely keep special teams coordinator Dave Toub up at night, so it's nice that he was able to take a trip around Italy, teaching coaches there the finer points of American football. (ChicagoBears.com)
- Dan McNeil thinks that Sundays without football might not be so bad. I respectfully disagree. (Chicago Tribune)
- Remember the replacement players in 1987? Read this and you will, and hope that the league never has to turn to scabs again. (Windy City Gridiron)